Little Camille at 17 days old <3
Hey guys! I know I haven’t posted for a little while! Things have been so so busy lately. Between the new puppies, working, and assisting a professor at Dixie State College with some of his classes, it’s been a little crazy! However, I have still been able to devote a little time to being prepared! Here’s a quick puppy picture just so you can see how big they are getting!
Awhile back, I wrote a post about Being Financially Prepared, and implementing a $1,000 emergency fund. Now, I am definitely not a financial expert, but I did take a lot of finance classes in college, and I feel that financial stability is very important. So I figured that it’s high time that I need to write another post about being prepared financially. This one will cover debt elimination, because it is such a relief to be debt-free! Continue reading
I have a hard time prioritizing my day, and using time management in my favor. Over the last month I have been trying something new and it has helped me SO much with my productivity. I first read about this method a few months ago in Chet Holmes‘ book, “The Ultimate Sales Machine.” It is an excellent book and I highly recommend it. One piece of advice really stuck out to me, but I didn’t implement it until I was reading the amazing blog of my friend Kristin Call. She shared how she was able to stay on top of everything and be organized, while expecting twins. She relays the origins of this system: Continue reading
When I started college, I didn’t take the age-old advice “Begin with the End in Mind.” Eleven semesters later, I really wish I had followed this principle. If you are thinking about pursuing further education, or are in your first year or two of college, here are some tips that I really wish I would have followed when I started school back in Fall 2006. Continue reading